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Stucco Walls North, MALTA
Climbs 23 – Rocktype Limestone – Altitude ? – Faces W
These short steep cliffs drop from rock platforms straight down into the sea. Abseil usually from boulders at the top. Usually holds are positive and natural pockets and cracks provide spaced protection. Nice to hang at the stance with the waves beating the cliff below your feet. Its possible to abseil down the easier angled corner at the far right (looking in) of the crag for a swim and then climb out again from inside the cave.
Malta Rock Climbing: the Comprehensive Guide (2007),
Out of print: Malta New Climbs (1986)
Climbs at this crag
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Drive to Bahrija then follow the road heading towards the sea which takes a sharp right before it steepens and you come to a fork. Take the left to reach a car park. Walk steeply down the slope directly towards the sea to reach the cliff top.
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